ETERNAL REST Announce Album Release, Tour Dates

January 17, 2013, 4 years ago

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Australian death metallers ETERNAL REST will release their debut album, Prophetic, on April 16 in North America via Deepsend Records. The band has also confirmed several tour dates for 2013, including a Winter Aussie tour, a Spring New Zealand tour and have just been added to the Extreme Death Fest Vol. I Japanese tour with ORIGIN.

Recorded and mixed by Joe Haley of Psycroptic, Eternal Rest have crafted a beast of a debut album with Prophetic. Equal parts crushing and ferocious, while maintaining a level of musicianship that should be applauded in a scene that's been saturated with technical overdoses and slow-plodding nightmares.

The album's title track is streaming below:

Tour dates include:

Prophetic Launch Tour:


18 - Strike Club - Adelaide, Australia
19 - Cornucopia Hotel - Wallaroo Plain, Australia
20 - Cavern Club - Adelaide, Australia
25 - Crowbar 18+ - Brisbane, Australia
26 - Norville Hotel 18+ - Toowoomba, Australia


8 - Gasometer Hotel - Melbourne, Australia
9 - Ha'Penny Bridge - Frankston, Australia
16 - Venom Club - Sydney, Australia

New Zealand Tour with SINATE:


21 - The Creek - Timaru, New Zealand
22 - Refuel - Dunedin, New Zealand
23 - Bourbon Street - Christchurch, New Zealand
24 - Zebedee's - Christchurch, New Zealand


20 - Metal Heart Festival at Mansfield Tavern - Brisbane, Australia (with PORTAL, 4ARM)

Extreme Death Feast Vol. I Japanese Tour (with ORIGIN, MORS PRINCIPIUM EST, AEON, BLUNT FORCE TRAUMA):


2 - Flying Son - Sendai, Japan
3 - 3star - Imaike, Japan
4 - Graf - Fukuoka, Japan
5 - Shinsaibashi - Pangea, Japan
6 - Sunash - Shizuoka, Japan
7 - WildSide - Shinjuku, Japan

Eternal Rest lineup:

Josh Robinson - Vocals

Mick Hunter - Drums

Jake Kaiser - Guitars

Chris Clark - Guitars

Jannico Kelk - Bass

More on Eternal Rest at this location.

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